I don't know about you guys, but last week was awesome. Five days filled with interesting academics and easy homework. Sign me up for that! (Oh GOSH...I sound like Hermione Granger from Harry Potter. Oh no...PEOPLE! I made a reference to Harry Potter!!!! THE WORLD IS GOING TO END!!!) And then after that, a four hour road trip. I love road trips!!!! Also I had to listen to my friend randomly scream "CHEESY SPARKLE WAFFLES!!! HEAD BUTT!!!" (While smashing her head into me.) and, "JOHN MAYONNAISE!!!!!" With everyone around us watching. Seriously. Last week was boss. Um...Can you tell I'm rambling because I don't know what to talk about? Because I don't...anyway... *awkward silence* ………
I have an idea! (I mean, I usually do this far into the post...did you guys see it coming? Huh? You must be psychic or something...)
Rory Landon was relatively close to being a normal girl. Except for the fact that her parents were famous actors and she moved around the country like no one's business. And on top of that, her famous parents were divorced. She has no friends. I stand corrected. Rory is not normal. One day at school, a strict person arrives. She comes with news about The Ever After School, a place where almost anything is possible (including my personal favorite, never ending buffet tables. I mean what's better than that?). Rory joins, and finds out that it's not just an ordinary after school extra curricular activity, but a very different story. Or should I say stories?
And welcome everyone, to the world Rory Landon, in Of Giants and Ice.
Of Giants and Ice isn't one of those books that catches your eye and looks completely epic. The cover actually is really bad. (No offense Chloe Foglia) It looks like it came straight out of a children's cartoon. That's why I'm not showing the cover. Once you read the first page you're hooked. The first page is my favorite part. I've read it so many times I've memorized it. Crazy I know. Despite this, Shelby Bach has earned herself *** Stars (Three Stars). It slowed down in the middle, and got a little slower towards the end. It's not exactly boring, but Shelby loses the flare she uses for Rory towards the end. It's still a great book though. If Percy Jackson and the Olympians and The School for Good and Evil were to have a kid, this book would be it. That is some pretty awesome awesomesauce.
How was your week? Any weird encounters with your friends?
Thanks and have an awesomesaucey week!